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Poster: snow_and_rain Date: Aug 20, 2009 2:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Other One>Half Step

I can only find one instance of this combo, from the 10/27/72 show in Columbus -- part of a remarkable Truckin> Other One> Half Step> Dew odyssey.


The sound is a little iffy, but not too bad for a 72 AUD. Instantly one of my favorite Other Ones. The Truckin> Other One jam is incredible.

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Poster: light into ashes Date: Aug 21, 2009 3:59am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Other One>Half Step

If it's '72 Other Ones you seek, you'll find plenty in this list - which is incomplete since at that time some Other One '72 shows weren't on the Archive:

You won't find any others going into Half Step, but you will find Other Ones that go into Comes a Time, Black Peter, Sing Me Back Home, He's Gone, Looks Like Rain, Bobby McGee, Stella Blue, Baby Blue, Morning Dew, and Brokedown Palace....and one that bucks all trends and goes into Sugar Magnolia....and one shocker that ends with, of all things, Deal.

There are two '72 Dark Stars that go into MS Half-Step! - One is on the AUD from 10-23-72, which I hate to say, is worse quality than 10-27. The other is 11-19-72, which is a rather poor-sounding SBD, but also features an unusual Weather Report Suite prelude inside the Dark Star.

Some other uncommon '72 Dark Star segues go into: Jack Straw (9/10), Brokedown Palace (9/16), China Cat (9/24), Cumberland Blues (9/27), Bobby McGee (11/26), and Stella Blue (12/11). And a couple from July that go into Comes a Time.
Dark Star>Sugar Magnolia was quite common in Europe '72, but they only did it twice later that year (10/26 & 10/28).
Now that I think of it, I guess Dark Star>El Paso is kind of an unusual segue (four times in two years), but we might not think of it that way since Veneta was one of the shows it happened at.